The two Wu-Tang Clan members will show off their skills later this month.
The non-performance protest was to raise awareness for struggling live venues.
Curated by Linda Perry, the charity event also promises Deadmau5, Pete Yorn, Jewel, Sheryl Crow, Sammy Hagar, and Macy Gray.
Plus, enter to win a zoom A&R session, an iTunes gift card, and 10 cell phone sleeping bags.
Host NNAMDÏ will also spin tracks celebrating Chicago’s independent music scene.
Due to copyright concerns, Metallica’s performance at the virtual Blizzcon event came off rather silly on Twitch.
The Boston punk veterans will stream the free show on March 17th at 7 pm ET.
Frontman Jim Adkins also teases more concert films: “Why wouldn’t we do every record eventually?”
Under the Tracks will offer a two-hour commute along the foundational rails of Chicago Independent Music.
An ode to Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson, produced by Brad Wood.
Marking the band’s first performance since frontman Chris Carrabba’s nasty motorcycle accident.
The video premiered at the end of a livestream fundraiser for wounded Armenian soldiers.